Each day, North Texas’ regional trail system plays a major role in helping people travel to schools, jobs, retail areas, transit stops and other important destinations. To highlight the regional trail network across the Dallas-Fort Worth area, the North Central Texas Council of Governments (NCTCOG) has begun a series of monthly videos.
The videos focus on the benefits of trails, such as transportation and regional connectivity, access to job centers and community enhancement. They include interviews with local government leaders and staff who helped develop the trails, as well as trail users and organizations important to their maintenance and promotion. The videos are intended to be a resource for people to learn about great bicycling and walking facilities all around them.
Over the next several months, NCTCOG’s Sustainable Development Team will release videos showcasing a specific trail in the region on the first Friday of each month. View the videos.
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